Author: Jeannie Moon
Genre: Romance, Women’s Fiction
Publisher: Tule Publishing
Date of publication: November 5, 2015
No. Of pages: 92
Maggie Benson had dreams bigger than the confines of the small town of Holly Point. Her competitive drive and zeal for live drove her right into a perfect career of navy fighter pilot. But one split-second and a devastating crash later, her entire career derails with a injury that is crippling beyond just her physical appearance.
Former NBA star Will Fitzgerald knows how an injury can change the course of life. Falling for Maggie was the last thing he anticipated when he settled in the small town of Holly Point. Can he make Maggie trust enough to see beyond physical appearance, and find way to build a home together this Christmas?
Well it may not snow in India, but it is still winter over here. And this book hits the perfect chord not only because of the setting of Christmas, but also because of the warm, cozy feeling that can be experienced while reading this book. The story revolves around the emotional scar that Paralympics faces on a daily basis. The romantic element has been built around that with main focus on emotional strength of a person and survival. The chemistry between the two lead characters has been beautiful narrated, with the readers getting to know the perspective and feelings of both the character which helps in creating the necessary reader-character bond.
The language and style of writing definitely contributed majorly in character development while maintaining a flow of the story. The simplicity of the plot line and the characters was also justified by the use of the right cover image and title.
My opinion: A good book to cosy up to in this winter
My rating: 4 out of 5